The Wish List

The Wish List

by Gabi Stevens
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The Wish List 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved how the author got you hooked into the book. I was a little disappointed when I found out that the last two books werent in Kristins perspective. I loved Tennyson, he was fun and sounded good looking, over all pretty good book.
ReenaJacobs More than 1 year ago
Bit of a surprise for me, but the chapter 1 title hooked me. Yeah, that's right. Didn't even get into the book and I was already digging it. "HOW TO BE A FAIRY GODMOTHER: Never Reveal Yourself to Your Charges." So, I continued. Though the storyline had an interesting premise, much of the world seemed very similar to the concept of Harry Potter books. I kind of liked that. Main difference was the main character (MC) wasn't a boy discovering the world; it's a full grown woman. Despite being a contemporary fantasy romance, it had a women's fiction type feel to it. If it were made into a movie, my husband would call it a chick flick. This MC had some not so bright moments like I've seen in many romantic chick flicks, particularly in the beginning. I have to admit, I wasn't fond of characterization. The MC thought things were strange but went around acting as if everything was fine. "Hmmm. That's strange. I wonder who left the door wide open. Oh well, I guess I just need to be more observant next time." No...I don't think so. It gave a hollow, forced feel. Yeah... bright, particularly in the beginning. Anyway, let's take a look at the cover art. A bit sparkly. Fanciful. Just a lot of fun. Right? Well, I'll tell you something! The cover had me fooled. I was completely taken off guard by what the inside held. EROTICA!!! At least the first scene. Seriously, the cover looked so unassuming. I'm used to sexy manmeat displayed in all their masculinity in my racy romance books. Not this innocent stuff. I feel like I should say something more about The Wish List, but really I've got nothing else for ya. The plot was so-so. Nothing spectacular. The bad guy was whom I suspected. Everyone I thought who'd fall in love fell in love. Everyone got their happy ending. Bottom line: the novel had enough going for it to keep me coming back from time to time, but nothing significant enough to keep me from feeling like I had ADHD when I got distracted.
Susan51 More than 1 year ago
The Wish List is an amusing, sexy, romantic book full of magic and suspense. If you like paranormals that are fun and not really dark, this is the perfect book. I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was fun to read and I look forward to reading more by this author.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Her three aunts announce to their CPA niece Kristin Montgomery that they are retiring. A bit taken aback since they do not hold jobs, Kristin is further stunned when the trio calmly informs her she is one of their replacements as a fairy godmother. Kristin soon learns that granting wishes to kids is only part of the duties. As she learns her tasks, Arcani wizard historian Tennyson Ritter tests her skills while she decides to test her seduction prowess. As they fall in love while she enjoys wish granting, an unknown adversary has plans to take over Arcani staring with eliminating the newest fairy godmother rookie. Tennyson is at her side to prevent the evil from succeeding. More of a coming of age fantasy with a romantic subplot, The Wish List is a charming lighthearted frolic starring a CPA turned rookie fairy godmother being audited by a wizard. The fun story line is breezily magical except for the villain who apparently is obvious to readers but not the lead couple in spite their prowess. Sub-genre fans will enjoy Kristin's adventures in the wonderful realm of Gabi Stevens. Harriet Klausner